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ABC
Aug 22, 2014 4:00pm PDT
philadelphia eagles just resodded monday and played a game on thursday, he say, without any problems. katie marzullo, abc 7 news. >>> one of the former owners of a petaluma slaughter house pled guilty to meat diseased towns. he faced three years in jail for processing contaminated meat from the company he co-owned. 76-year-old and two employees would chop off the heads of cancerous cows to pass a usda inspection. that led to the recall of 8.7 million pounds of beef earlier this year. >>> the sheriff from marin county identified two men shot to death in mill valley's strawberry manor neighborhood. we were over their homes yesterday. 61-year-old ted robin of mill valley and 41-year-old andre ya. the victim was a musician in marin. this is a youtube clip of him playing in a gig with his wife during a show in 2009. it appears credin killed robin and went to his own yard and shot himself. >>> two police officers in fairfield are under investigation for using work computers to look up women on dating websites, then search for them in police data bases. in one case, a witness said one offic
MSNBC
Aug 22, 2014 4:00pm PDT
is msnbc political analyst and former philadelphia mayor ed rendell. you have had all the positions. what's your view of the way the case is being handled? is it adequate for the community out there? we don't know how they are feeling day to day. is it adequate to them to know you are getting dual investigations here -- one locally from elected officials and one from washington. is it adequate? >> it is. in one sense. i think the people of ferguson have confidence in eric holder and the fbi and their impartiality. they will give a fair investigation. but they can't lodge murder charges against the policeman. the only thing they can prosecute is violation of the civil rights act. although that carries a significant punishment it's not exactly the same. usually in these cases the federal investigation is a backstop that waits until the local state investigation is completed and finished. i have no doubt that mr. mcculloch is a good prosecutor. he was head of the d.a. association, the national d.a. association. but there is an inherent problem for him. not just because he has a bloer,
Al Jazeera America
Aug 22, 2014 7:00pm EDT
as a teacher and a principal and he joins us now from philadelphia. tom, thanks for coming. >> it's great to be here the thank you for having me. >> is this a problem of not enough money primarily, or is it a problem of not knowing what to do with the technology and how to spend that money? >> sure. you raise a very interesting point. some really important aspects of things. in terms of what not to do, what we have seen nationwide is we have seen districts out there that are buying all of this stuff putting it in classrooms, putting it in hallways and expecting it to magically work on its own. so whatever seeing is we need high quality professional learning for our teachers. in the areas where technology is working well, we have a systemic approach, a planning approach from districts. what we see from the teacher end is when they are highly qualified and they have had that learning in there, they are absolutely ready to go and it's roarring. the research indicates when you have a highly qualified teacher implementing with this technology and we can personalize the learning, we are g
NBC
Aug 22, 2014 6:30pm EDT
philadelphia team though she and her teammates leave with a lot to be proud of. they were defeated by the la guardia, month nay championship game tomorrow. >>> feeling the pinch just like millions of american families, there's word tonight that the tooth fairy is on a budget. new survey shows the average cash payout for every lost tooth placed down to the pillow has gone down about 8% since last year to $3.40 a tooth. >>> and an amazing rescue caught on camera on the 710 freeway in los angeles. strangers risking their own lives running on the freeway to save a dog running loose. drivers worked together to create sort of a fence and protect the dog and corral it in. a motorcycle road next to the dog for a bit until the woman could scoop it up to safety on foot. >>> when we come back, an inspiring survivor story from maria shriver, a teen who barely made it through two plane crashes. an unimaginable dream coming true. did you know, your eyes can lose vital nutrients as you age? [ male announcer ] that's why there's ocuvite to help replenish key eye nutrients. ocuvite has a unique formul
NBC
Aug 22, 2014 6:00pm EDT
philadelphia. phillies taking on the cardinals. first pitch in about an hour. nbc 10 first alert meteorologist sheena parveen is here with her first alert forecast. >> we'll probably want to keep an umbrella handy if we're going to head out tonight, right? >> yeah, you want to take an umbrella with you. we have a lot of cloud cover. we don't have a lot of moisture in place over the area. we're not seeing a lot in the way of rain but we have a chance of showers through this evening, through overnight tonight and even to start off your weekend. locally, though, we're seeing the cloudy skies just to the north and west of the lehigh valley near the poconos as well. we have one thunderstorm here and warm moisture trying to mov in this direction. near sussex county, we can see sprinkle activity here. nothing heavy, a few light showers possibly. as we go through this evening, we'll keep the clouds and a chance of showers in the forecast. temperatures, though, are going to be on the cooler side too. it's 73 in pottstown. 75 allentown. 76 right now philadelphia. millville in the mid-70 s
CBS
Aug 22, 2014 6:00pm EDT
through overnight and into the morning hours but in the a whole lot has made it here to philadelphia and that is the case again this evening. we have some showers out there, and they will eventually get in but again, they are scattered, they are isolated, not a huge deal. worth of it is over north central pennsylvania, up towards williamsport area but closer to home we are seeing clouds and a few breaks here and there there are sprinkles heading toward lehigh valley but that is it. it does not feel like a sunny summer take but it is not raining, at the moment, and, and, and tonight without any problems. showers will be scattered and off to the north and west throughout the rest of tonight. overnight everything stays quiet but tomorrow morning a few showers start to move on shore. wind from the east that keeps it will cool breezy down the shore and tomorrow at 7:00 a.m. you can see atlantic city and cape may there will be a chance of showers, and that continues through the course of the of afternoon. not a complete watch out but showers anytime and then finally some clearing by 7:00 o'clo
PBS
Aug 22, 2014 6:00pm EDT
school in philadelphia. >> darker and darker. then what? for five weeks this summer, sarah helps six and seven-year-olds get better at reading. >> we'll talk about our new reading tips which is making predictions. >> they're also teaching parents and other family members ways they could help. >> we are coaches. i'm a coach when they're here and you're the coach when they're at home. the parents come in on wednesday mornings. whatever schools we have been working on in class, i get to not only share that with the parents but then have them practice it with the child. >> just to look at this one for an example -- >> reporter: they pass along techniques parents can use to get their students interested in books. >> if i were to look at the picture, i would ask what do you see. ask effective questions while you're reading with your child. >> reporter: taking what she calls picture walks is one technique. before reading, look at the pictures and talk about them. >> which one is the traffic light? >> reporter: she also teaches parents techniques for sounding out words. >> can you practice the w
FOX
Aug 22, 2014 6:00pm EDT
's dave schratwieser is live at philadelphia police headquarters tonight. dave? >> reporter: iain, still lots of questions tonight. so much so that the district attorney's office and homicide detectives continue to gather information and have yet to file any charges. some 20 hours after this minute occurred. they're still trying to figure out what they should do with this. it was just after 10:00 thursday night when a man who lives above this garage spotted someone on his surveillance cameras near his pickup truck in the alley behind his home. he immediately went to investigate. >> while someone was breaking into his vehicle, he shot the male. >> reporter: the unarmed 30 year old south jersey man who police have not yet identified was shot twice. once in the back of the head. once in the back. home own are in stayed at the scene with his gun until police arrived. >> during the course of the opening the garage that's when the confrontation ensues between himself and the male. >> reporter: homicide detectives retrieved surveillance video from the scene and took the homeowner in for
CBS
Aug 22, 2014 5:00pm EDT
out for smoke inhalation. >>> well, another philadelphia emergency vehicle breaks down while responding to a call. official says that the drive shaft of fire truck engine 69 flew off in southwest philadelphia around 9:30 this morning. "eyewitness news" at island and bindberg as that truck was towed away. two other tow trucks, initially sent to the scene turnout to be too small to do the the job. this truck was put into service in 1991 and it has more than one 19,000 miles otto tomorrow ter. back in may, some fire fighters raised concerns to "eyewitness news" about the age and safety of the department's vehicles. >>> well, philadelphia police are searching for a suspect who robbed a pizza hut in mayfair and we have surveillance video of that crime tonight. this suspect entered the restaurant on frankford avenue at around 10:00 o'clock wednesday night. he had a gun and demanded money from the register. he made off with about $160, no one at the restaurant was injured. >>> well, now to another robbery in mayfair this one around 2:00 this morning, two men robbed red robin diner o
NBC
Aug 22, 2014 5:00pm EDT
. temperatures are on the cooler side. 77 philadelphia, 75 pottstown and allentown. 74 degrees in millville. 73 atlantic city. the average high for today is in the mid-80s. with the clouds around, we have stayed cooler and we'll stay cooler into the weekend. here's the evening planner by 6:00 tonight. chance of some showers around at least. 76 degrees. staying cloudy with a chance of showers by 8:00 p.m. low 70s and by 10:00 tonight, still a chance of showers and this will be lingering into part of your saturday. we'll take a look at the timing of weekend rain and also how cool the temperatures will get too. that's coming up. >>> now to the growing controversy tonight over red light cameras and the tickets sent to drivers. nbc 10 told you that 17,000 tickets will now be thrown out in new jersey over a computer problem. >> police say the cameras are reducing traffic-related crashes. the red light camera program began in 2009. it's had some problems in the past, including in 2012 when the program was suspended for a month because of timing issues. now new jersey's american traffic s
FOX
Aug 22, 2014 5:00pm EDT
center city in philadelphia this is fox 29 news at 5:00. >> ton night at 5:00 breaking news out of montgomery county. a septa bus and pepsi bus collided bus driver is hurt. skyfox over old york and meeting house roads in cheltenham. it happened just about an hour ago. traffic in the area is getting by very slowly. police tell us you can expect delays until they can clear away the wreckage. they're in the middle of trying to do that right now. medics have rushed 15 people on the bus to the hospital. details are still coming in it's not clear how badly those people are hurt. we'll stay on top of all of this and bring you more news as it warrants. >>> now to developing story in frankford a local homeowner says he fired his gun at a suspected thief ton night that suspect is dead and the homeowner is now talking to police. it happened at a home on torresdale avenue in frankford. the admitted shooter says the man was breaking into his truck so he fired. >> and investigators are interviewing that man right now. fox 29's dave schratwieser is live at philadelphia police headquarters. dave,
NBC
Aug 22, 2014 4:00pm EDT
democratic convention to town or the urgency to bring the pope here. >> the city of philadelphia reached a tentative agreement with representatives of afscme, district council had 3. >> after years of finger pointing, the city has the largest union under contract. >> employees will receive a $2800 lump sum payment. a pay increase of 3.a% september 1st of this year and second increase of 2.5% on july 1st, 2015. >> it's a seven-year deal that runs from the expiration in 2009 through 2016 and increases what the city contributes to the union health fund while requiring workers to contribute more to their pensions. >> district council 33 agreement helps the city manage through times of recession and challenge by enabling an administration to use temporary layoffs. >> by signing the contract with district council 33, employees say they're not sure whether to rejoice or not. >> better than not having a contract. we waited this long, it doesn't make up for what we lost. >> i had to take my son out of college because i couldn't afford at that pay for his tuition. >> now an increase and finally get
women's professional game against the philadelphia independent and philadelphia and in a game i suffered a dramatic brain injury that abruptly ended my beloved soccer career. that was nearly four years ago. i struggled with intense piercing headaches that were so bad but by the evening it was all i could do not to cry myself to sleep. i had to take naps on a daily basis just because my sleep was so disrupted. i couldn't concentrate and i was very moody. i felt completely disconnected from everything and everyone. i was anxious and depressed every day and i wondered if i would ever get better. i moved to have bilateral nerve surgery to eliminate severe headaches that plagued me daily. fortunate for me it appears to have worked very at however i'm still being treated for symptoms such as memory loss, anxiety and depression. i've had my concussion recovery story documented by media outlets such as the usa today, the "washington post" in order to bring attention to those suffering like me. in september i was alarmed to learn that the number of reported cases of concussions and soccer was sec
NBC
Aug 22, 2014 11:00am PDT
had in their back pocket for a while. we confirmed with the philadelphia eagles this morning that they replaced their playing field this past sunday morning and monday using the same technique and that their team was able to play on it last night with no issues. the problem with levi's turf became apparent during wednesday's open practice. chunks of grass were coming up, a couple players slipped and fell, coach harbaugh ended up moving the squad to the training field for risk of injury. that turf had four months to take root, but for some reason it failed. this issue was not with the grass, but with the sand surface underneath. the team does know why the sod didn't take properly, but they don't want to talk about it right now. as a matter of fact, the only time they went on camera to discuss the issue is when the ceo was debuting a 49ers technology classroom this morning to a bunch of students. >> i thought about something really fun and an exciting project for you guys today. so i hope you guys know how to fix the grass that's outside. we're going to make sure that you get put to
ABC
Aug 22, 2014 11:00am PDT
the nfl and says the philadelphia eagles had to resod their field on monday and play the game yesterday without any problem. >> sky 7 capturing video of the home where marin county sheriff deputies tried to surf a search warrant in an area near novato. >> no one was there. people in homes had the opposite of sheltering if place are on evacuating. authorities have not released details of the warrant or why it is considered "high risk." today, the attorney for the family of a young man killed in a san francisco police shooting says he will file a federal civil rights lawsuit claiming officers used excessive force. supporters gathered for a sunrise service in honor of 28-year-old alejandro nieto shot by police in bernal heights park in march. officers were investigating reports of a man with a gun when they encountered him. they fired when he drew a weapon which was a taser. >> the unbelievable tragedy. the things that happened, the officers did what they felt they had to did. >> officers need better training and think before they shoot. >> attorney john burris will file the laws
CNBC
Aug 22, 2014 1:00pm EDT
connecting in philadelphia going to zurich. in that case, where american isn't given means, but if she could connect on newark and well, that could shift, that high-valued travelers over to united just because of the meal. do you know whether they found this could be a point of differentiation and sale? >> i'm not sures how much of a differentiation it would be. i don't know if that's the main reason they're doing this. let's be clear, united has been struggling when it comes to service. and by frequent flyers, who are saying, you know what? your service is not good at all. >> i think at the end of the day this can only help unites you want to have prompt service, friendly service. you give me that and leave on time, i'm happy. it's not going to be the reason i -- >> that's where i am on it, phil. 38% say yes, you would do that. 62% say no, it would not be a differentiator or a decision maker. >>> let's mo of to another piece of move from the airlines. americans announcing it will charge $150 fee i guess on top of the ticket price for each minor between 12 and 14 who flies alone. do i have t
CBS
Aug 22, 2014 12:00pm EDT
hopes of mo'ne davis and the philadelphia taney dragons but a great run for them. i lean key ha know has money -- elaine quijano has more from pennsylvania. >> reporter: it was a battle from the beginning. between the two break-out stories of this year's tournament. >> 0-1. grounds ball. through. 2-0 philadelphia. >> reporter: taney and chicago. >> they won't get out of it and the game is tied at 2. >> reporter: early on chicago took pitcher of davis absences from the mound. >> back up the middle. he fields, he goes the first and it's -- to first and it's wild off the glove of davis. >> reporter: by the top of the 5th -- >> this one to center field. it's a one run game. >> reporter: philadelphia had clawed their way back to within one run. but it wasn't enough. >> playable. right field. pierce jones -- game over. chicago to the united states' championship game. >> reporter: and with that, mo'ne davis and the taney dragons' world series run came to an end. >> the kids had an incredible run and i'm so proud of them. they played their hearts out for most of the whole summer and took the
NBC
Aug 22, 2014 11:00am EDT
philadelphia's boat house row. overnight showers left areas drenched. check out this i haved kuo sent by nbc 10 viewer vicky albrecht. a lot of wurt out well. nbc eten first alert meteorologist. >> as you head into the rest of your friday you gloomy it looks over the ben franklin bridge. don't put your umbrella, way just yet. 69 in pottstown, philadelphia in philadelphia and 70s in wilmington and close to the mid to high 70s right along the shore. here's your day planner by noon. 77 degrees by 4:00 p.m. and 80 degrees and we're still keeling with a chance of showers by most of today and a chance of thunderstorms. 74 degrees by 8:00 p.m. as you're headed out for dinner. our average is 85 degrees and this is the other big story. 80 degree, but take a look at what happened on saturday. we drop down to 77 degrees and it is going to be a cool, fall like weekend and i'll take you over the details and coming up in my first alert, seven-day forecast. >> now to an update on breaking news. the city of camden will have to decide whether to demolish two buildings that were destroyed by fire. >>>
FOX Business
Aug 22, 2014 11:00am EDT
. little league world series presentation many davis and the philadelphia dragons are out of the tournament, they have a second loss last night to chicago. many took the world by storm with her 70 mile an hour fastball. and because she is only the eighteenth young woman, girl, ever to play in 68 years of little league world series. she made the cover of sports illustrated. what does money want to do with her future? play basketball for the university of connecticut. >> number one forever. stuart: uconn, that is right. that is where she wants to go. listen to this. there is a shortage of qualified truckdrivers. can you believe that? with millions of unemployed, the industry crying out for drivers and they can't get them. what is going on here? we do have an answer. 3rd and 3. 58 seconds on the clock, what am i thinking about? foreign markets. asian debt that recognizes the shift in the global economy. you know, the kind that capitalizes on diversity across the credit spectrum and gets exposure to frontier and emerging markets. if you convert 4-quarter p/e of the s&p 500, its yield
CBS
Aug 22, 2014 7:00am PDT
robinson west wins it 6-5 to spell the end to mo'ne davis and philadelphia. >> i'm speechless i'm just overjoyed right now. >> the united airlines jet reported smoke in the cockpit and made an emergency landing in indianapolis. no one was injured. >>> australian fire crews gave a koala hit by a car mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. >> bless them. >> all that -- >> let me finish -- >> i want to finish my point. >> do you think you can break it? >> throw the big one. >> and all that matters. >> mitt romney and paul ryan make their first public appearance together since 2012. >> so if you get the chance to run for president, do it. it's a great thing. >> the third time's a charm. >> on "cbs this morning." >> i challenge my beautiful wife julie chen to do it live on "big brother." >> good night. >> this morning's "eye opener" is presented by toyota. let's go places. captioning funded by cbs >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." charlie rose and gayle king are taking some vacation so jeff glor is with us. and the obama administration says the islamist terror group isis is a bigger threat now than
NBC
Aug 22, 2014 7:00am PDT
on philadelphia. mo'ne davis back on the field. >> must be the mo'ne. >> here covering for carson in the orange room, jenna. >> we did that. we counted the mo'ne for the last eight or nine days. unfortunately this is the end of the road for mo'ne davis. but just this road. there are plenty of highways and other roads for this 13-year-old athletic sensation. that's what we're calling her. her philadelphia team lost to chicago last night 6-5. she didn't pitch. she actually threw 55 pitches the night before. so she played first base. very, very versatile, this athlete. remember it's only been about eight days since the little league world series started. what an impact she had. she was the first athlete to grace the cover -- little league athlete of "sports illustrated." she was also the first female to throw a shutout in the little league world series. how about that? you want a ball autographed by her? fork over $450 on ebay. this isn't going to be cheap. we're not the only ones inspired by this young sensation. so exciting thinking of where she plays. can't get enough of watching her
FOX
Aug 22, 2014 9:00am EDT
hung up for a philadelphia schools. >> we learn at the last second where it should be. we did it on south broad from basically chestnut down to locust. >> i was in my car, and heard traffic report and they said broad street was closed. >> that was it. >> yes. >> it was so beautiful. >> i can't believe all the people. >> everybody in white. >> took picture with people that watch the show. have been was so happy. just a stunning, stunning success. >> awesome. >> this is third year. >> third year. >> congratulations to corry, a great pr guy who put this on. it is a very stressful thing. >> yes, i am's sure. >> from there i took holly to cole hamels diamond to charity event. they made a ton of money last night. they do such good work. that was jimmy rollins and his wife, there is cole and his wife and ryan hurt was there with his wife. chase utley i talk to them. it just went on and on. all of the players came out. they have built two schools in africa. hamels foundation and they helped our schools here in philadelphia as well. >> they do good work. >> earlier in the week joan ship, the
CNBC
Aug 22, 2014 9:00am EDT
the time to start thinking about policy normalization. you mentioned charlie of the philadelphia fed, we heard from jim on "squawk box" earlier talking about how he says the markets in the economy would be okay for the federal reserve to start moving towards the conversation. >> i suspect she doesn't have to speak for the entire fomc, just her as chair and as an individual and reflect the academic discussion where we are in labor markets, but people think there's little more they can do with super low, super accommodative monetary policy. it will not shift the picture that much. >> shift the markets? the jackson hole speech comes a day after it hit record intraday and closing high. the index within eight points of the 2,000 mark. we have the pnc financial services, and brian, the chief investment strategist with demo capital markets. brian, i know everybody's looking to yellen at 10:00, but, for me, mario draghi in the 2:00 hour is more interesting, scoped to do something in the economy. >> well, we think so as well. i mean, europe has been a dramatic underperformer after a big snap
ABC
Aug 22, 2014 5:00am PDT
philadelphia in elimination game 6-5. he will face las vegas tomorrow right here at 12:30 preceded by the international game between japan and south korea. >> both amazing game. >> chris rock almost made the play of game at yankee stadium. he wound up with a necessary nice try that nearly landed in his lap. he got a big clear from the crowd and turned and gave the boy to a boy sitting near. he was in the front row behind the houston dug out when it came his way but was holding a cell phone and did not catch it. he grabbed it after it landed only seat. best we to go when you don't actually have a glove. i tried it with a foul ball... ouch! should have used a cup. >> i had a big purse. i could have used the purse to cap the ball. >> i will be charitable and say he lost it in the sun. >> the a's are in the town. that is ahead. live doppler 7 hd shows all is quiet and we show you in moisture and cloud cover along the coast. the temperature map shows 60 in san francisco and 69 in san mateo and 81 in fairfield and antioch is 62. we have good visibility and the clouds are along the coast they wi
NBC
Aug 22, 2014 4:30am PDT
philadelphia game was called off because of unplayable fields. and in august of 1995:00 with the san diego houston game was canceled because of the field at the astro dome was unsafe. you know what, there's candle stick. >> tell me something good. that's very great. >>> more importantly we have a weekend come og up ahead of a us -- coming up, ahead of us, all important weekend. >> we have to get to work as well this morning and weeks away from the first regular season game, september 11th, the steelers taking on the ravens. and yeah, that is just a couple weeks away. hard to believe football season has almost begun officially. 61 degrees in san francisco. we're at 63 in san carlos, and 62 degrees in san jose. so a really good looking day and a gorgeoust your way. not too hot, if you want to get0 that big rig was not wunl of the duothat was hit head on. it was there as a secondary i believe, minor injuries is the update. minor injuries at most, and again like i said, somebody ran away from the scene as well. we're still getting more details from chp, likely they'll tell us when that is clea
CBS
Aug 22, 2014 4:30am PDT
jackie robinson west team from chicago has advanced to the semi finals. the team beat philadelphia's tiny dragons last night. the chicago team will play las vegas mountain ridge in the u.s. title game tomorrow. 4:40. >>> calling for cutbacks but not for everyone. one local mayoral candidate says some people will be excluded when it comes to cutting back on water use. >> and what's cool about your school? email your nominations here to coolschools@kpix.com. we may come and feature your school on the show. we'll be right back. suspected informants on august 4th, two unsuspecting men walked in to a mcdonald's and discovered an extraordinary burger with hjalapeños... ...for only two dollars. within minutes, they had also discovered the phenomenon of "economnomnomics" nomnom... nom? nom nom the jalapeño double, try it now for just $2 on mcdonald's dollar menu and more. it's economnomnomcial. ♪ nom...nom...nom... ♪ accused of working for isra. >>> developing news from gaza, hamas says it executed 11 suspected informants accused of working for israel. this is the third day of fighting
ABC
Aug 22, 2014 4:30am PDT
game! >> one run away. >> if philadelphia. >> but both sides had great sportsmanship. love that. adults, pay attention. >> great baseball week end weather. >> the a's are playing. here is a shot from early today, the coit tower has low-lying fog. the clouds departed early and they are slow to clear today. most areas will have sun in the afternoon. live doppler 7 hd shows all is quiet. no moisture, only low clouds along the coast. current temperatures show san francisco at 60 degrees and oakland is 63 and 64 in hayward and napa is at 60 degrees. low cloud cover is over san francisco. we do not have much visibility issues but the clouds are persistent over san francisco today. the morning fog in the bay is cooler today because of the wind off the pack and a mild to warm weekend over the next 72 hours. putting the forecast into motion we have clouds coming off the pacific yesterday with the breeze but it cleared out quickly yesterday. today it will push the clouds along the coast to san francisco with some sun hype and inland we have plenty of sunshine. >> we have two systems in th
CBS
Aug 22, 2014 4:00am PDT
historic all black team meeting philadelphia and its female phenom pitcher for a right to play for the u.s. championship. matt rivers reports from south williamsport, pennsylvania. >> on the corner. nasty pitch. 73. >> reporter: chicago's marquise jackson brought his 70 mile an hour plus fastball to the match-up with philadelphia. the 12-year-old threw 55 pitches and kept his team leading 6-2 for half of the game, but philadelphia was not about to roll over. hits from zion spearman and a home run from ky cummings changed the momentum. >> we've got ourselves a ball game now. >> reporter: as competitive as they were on the field, chicago's manager said the two inner city teams have a lot in common and became fast friends. >> they're pretty close groups. they hang out together. they play ping pong together. >> reporter: the darling of this series, mo'ne davis, was not on the mound because she pitched the night before. the first female to pitch a shutout in a little league game spent time with philadelphia phillies ryan howard. >> what she's done is opened up a lot of eyes. >> reporter: da
Al Jazeera America
Aug 22, 2014 7:00am EDT
of summer and philadelphia's hard throwing it girls met on the diamond at the little league world series. >> one of them is going home. the drama is over. we have the details. >> it is sad that this run with these teams have to end, but all good things do come to an end. youth sports are fond of saying that there are no losers as long as you do your best. in williamsport, the kids competed in a way that will make what's already been a memorable summer even more so. >> the 13-year-old sensation monet davis leading the dragon versus chicago's south side all-stars. it was a nail-biter. >> pennsylvania flied out to end the game with the tying run on third base. chicago eliminates pennsylvania 6-5. the first all black team to make the tournament since the 1980's now has ultimate glory in its sights. >> it feels good, because it was 31 years, and some people thought we weren't even going to make it past eveningen also and now we're at the u.s. championship. >> waiting for chicago is the team that beat them 13-2 this week, the powerful team from the west, nevada. >> we're going to do som
professional game against the philadelphia independence in philadelphia, and in the game i suffered a traumatic brain injury that abruptly ended my beloved socket career. that was nearly four years ago. i have struggled with intense piercing headaches that were so bad that by the evening, it was all i could do not to cry myself to sleep. i had to take naps on a daily basis just because my sleep was so disrupted. i couldn't concentrate and i was very moody. i felt completely disconnected from everything and everyone. i was anxious and depressed. every day you ever wondered if i would ever get better. i recently moved to d.c. to have bilateral occipital neurosurgery at georgetown to eliminate severe headaches that plagued me daily. fortunately, for me, the surgery appears to have worked. however, i'm still being treated for symptoms such as lack of concentration, balance issues, memory loss, anxiety and depression. i purposefully and intentionally had my concussion recovery story documented by media outlets such as the "usa today," the "washington post" and bright line.org in order to b
CBS
Aug 22, 2014 7:00am EDT
making history at the little league world series. chicago beat philadelphia last night to advance to the u.s. championship game. but that doesn't mean the end of an amazing run for a 13-year-old girl. elaine quijano is in south williamsport, pennsylvania. elaine, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. mo'ne davis' story become march came to a close here last night, but her team fought all the way to the final out. >> buckle up because this young man on the mound can throw some heat. >> reporter: it was a battle from the beginning. between the two breakout stories of this year's tournament. >> ground ball through! 2-0, philadelphia. >> reporter: philadelphia's taney dragons and jackie rob be robinson west i'll stars. >> the game is tied at two. >> reporter: early on chicago took advantage of mo'ne davis' absence from the mound. >> back up the middle looks and fields goes to first and it is wild off the glove of mo'ne davis. >> reporter: by the top of the fifth -- >> this one to center field, a one-run game. >> reporter: philadelphia had clawed their way back to within one run. bu
FOX
Aug 22, 2014 7:00am EDT
called in at four and then people in philadelphia thought something on their block was on fire because we're only four blocks off the delaware river right across the street from center city and the start of the south philadelphia. so, still a whole lot of smoke. you can still see flames kicking backup through this third floor corner window. that tells you how suburb this thing is. reason you don't see any in the foreground look at the bricks on the sidewalk. that is why they have that ladder hose, way up there three or four stories up spraying water down on the building now because danger wasn't from the fire or from this heavy thick smoke but from these bricks that kept tumbling down. i will shut up and let you hear some video as i try to catch my breath and watch the scene here as fire fighters got here and those bricks came down on one. >> reporter: coming back live, and as i talk about those flames firemen having to put themselves in harms way, having to undo the hose and having to go up in the windows for about the 20th time today because this fire keeps kicking backup. we have ta
FOX
Aug 22, 2014 6:00am EDT
smoke was from here. >> yes, when there is a fire this philadelphia, we have residents in the city of camden calling us for smoke investigation. it goes back and forth both ways. >> we will see you here later. that was a tough spot. shorthanded. they have two fires. they could only get four guys at other fire so they called every mutual aid down, pennsauken, cherry hill, we need help over here. that is how many people they had here. then another fire breaks out. tough night for fire fighters, especially with these bricks, falling on that one tough guy who said i'm tough i can take a brick from three stories and i don't need to go to the hospital but they made him just to make sure. >> tough guys, brave guys and women too thanks, steve. 6:05 on this friday. >>> a 30 year-old man is dead after a shoot nothing philadelphia's frankford second. a 56 year-old man shot the victim in the head in the 4500 block of torresdale avenue. the victim was pronounced dead just before 10:30 last night. police say that the shooter turn himself in at the scene. police are trying to figure out a motive. >>
NBC
Aug 22, 2014 6:00am EDT
philadelphia team lost to illinois by one run last night. they were down by four runs but they fought back, taney had a tieing run at third with two outs in the final at-bat. but couldn't come up with a hit. the final illinois 6, taney 5. >>> new from overnight, a man was shot and killed in the frankford section of philadelphia and the shooter waited on police. it happened just after 10:00 last night in a driveway on the 4500 block of torresdale avenue. police say the 56-year-old shooter turned himself in and is talking to investigators. police aren't yet saying why he shot the other man. >>> delaware state police are investigating the shooting of a liquor store clerk. the clerk was taken to christiana hospital with gunshot wounds. police also say a man outside the store was beaten up during the robbery and taken to the hospital. we don't know the condition of either victim now. so far, no arrests. >>> happening today, the son of dr. kermit gosnell is scheduled to appear in court on robbery charges. baron alexander, also known as baron gosnell has a preliminary hearing. he's ac
CBS
Aug 22, 2014 6:00am EDT
break into his pick up. now philadelphia police have taken him into custody. "eyewitness news" reporter cleve bryan live at northeast detectives, with details. cleve? >> good morning, homicide detectives, have an explanation, but was he justified? that is something they're still trying it determine. they say this is ongoing investigation. >>> late night shooting authorities must decide if it was justified. around 10:00 p.m. officers from the 15th district responds today report after person shot rear driveway of torresdale avenue. >> upon police arrival, they found 30 year old male victim laying laying near a driveway. >> the shooter also at the scene, ready to cooperate. >> it is unusual, normally, the shooter fleas immediately after firing the weapon. but, in this case, 56 year old shooter remained on location, turn the weapon over to police and voluntarily came with us to homicide. >> they believe he came upon him and shot suspected thief f that's the case authorities will have to decide if he's protected under pennsylvania lawmakers said it is okay to use deadly force to pr
MSNBC
Aug 22, 2014 2:30am PDT
williamsport for the little league world series. teams from chicago and philadelphia vying for a shot to play in the national championship game. the game was tied bottom of the first. a pitcher sends a wild throw to mo'ne davis at first base. chicago then takes the lead. jump to the fifth, cummings sends a solo shot over the wall to make this one-run game. but chicago could hang onto this 6-5 lead. they head to the championship game against nevada an saturday. >>> we get to mlb highlights for you. the tigers against the rays. it's a looper into the short center. charging in to make the diving catch right there. that grab, tampa outfielder kevin keirmeyer. >> can't they fix the turf in tampa? why is it multicolored like that? >> no. that's just your screen. it's your monitor. it's nicer in person. >> i know they have ten people show up for games. that's just the worst field ever. >> rays hang onto win it 1-0. to the cwashington with a man o second. >> near the bag. long throw. it gets away. it's in the camera bay. and denard span is being sent home. the nationals have walked off again. >>
CBS
Aug 22, 2014 5:30am EDT
, police investigating overnight armed robbery at popular northeast philadelphia diner. it happened at the red robin diner, on the 6300 block of frankford avenue, in mayfair. police say two men, stormed into that diner, while they were still customers inside, at least one of the suspects was caring a gun. >> got away with some cash. no one hurt. >> rather surprising video, suspect caught on camera planting explosive device right there inside of chinese take out restaurant. even more disturbing the suspect appears to be in his early teens. it happened wednesday night, at the orient al kitchen, on north 18th street in the city's francisville neighborhood. amazingly no one was injured. restaurant's owner standing just a few feet away. >> i was signature, right inside the concert. then all the sudden he just explode, very sudden, then my ears was -- i couldn't hear anything. >> the owners believe the suspect is from the neighborhood. police are hoping someone in his family will turn him in. >>> here is a look at dramatic new video from deli store crash in northeast philly, surveillance video w
NBC
Aug 22, 2014 5:30am EDT
back to philadelphia, their heads held high. nbc 10's matt delucia live in williamsport. mo'ne shared some of her thoughts after the game. she's so poised, that young lady. >> reporter: yes, tracy. what a run these taney dragons have had this season. in just a couple of weeks, this team caught the attention of the world. >> they've had a wonderful run. >> none of us expected to be here. >> reporter: but the taney dragons came and conquered some of the best teams in little league. >> just being here, that's like everything, just to make it here and to play on lamade, it's unbelievable. >> reporter: they played in the international spotlight. star pitcher mo'ne davis did not pitch last night but on wednesday, more than 5 million people tuned in to watch her throw. >> she did a great job. i don't even know what to say to her. she changed my life from three weeks ago. i'm speechless right now, even that we made it this far. >> reporter: the dragons made fellow little leaguers from our area -- >> i'm really proud. >> reporter: believe just a little more. >> a team from philly came all the
CBS
Aug 22, 2014 5:00am EDT
more information. >>> also, we have breaking news from northeast philadelphia. a man is in custody after claiming he shot and killed someone who is trying to break into his truck. >> "eyewitness news" reporter cleve bryan is live at northeast detectives this morning, to tell us more about what happened. cleve? >> reporter: good morning, truck driver apparently thought that he was acting within his legal rights. he turned himself in immediately after the shooting, but police say they've looking at all of the circumstances to decide whether or not he'll face charges. late night shoot that authorities must now decide if it was justified. around 10:00 p.m., officers from the 15th district responds today a report after person shot. and the rear driveway after property on the 4500 block of torresdale avenue. >> upon police arrival, they found 30 year old male victim laying on the rear driveway next to a pick-up truck. >> reporter: to the surprise every police, shooter was also at the scene, and ready to cooperate. >> it is unusual. normally, the shooter fleas immediately after firing the
FOX
Aug 22, 2014 5:00am EDT
northeast philadelphia down to northern liberties at all different banks. northeast detectives and east detectives are investigating. if you want to call the in the tip you can do so anonymously by calling 215-686-tips. kerr i. >> jenny, thank you. >>> we are following another developing story out of the northeast this morning. police are looking for a suspect who robbed a restaurant there at gunpoint. it happened 2:30 at red robin diner in the 6300 block of frankford avenue. no word whether there were any customers there. >>> also in north philadelphia police say they fired at a armed suspect in the 2200 block of north ninth street. the suspect ran but was later caught by police without being hurt. this happened just before 11:00 last night. no word why police were there in the first place. >>> delay in the trial of the 21 year-old cristina regusters the woman police say snatched a five-year old girl from bryant elementary school last year and assaulted her. that little girl was found in a park all alone the next morning. judge ruled yesterday that the prosecutors can present evidence
NBC
Aug 22, 2014 5:00am EDT
. >> with that, tenny's magical ride in williamsport came to an end last night. the philadelphia team lost to illinois by one run. they were down four runs but fought back hard. taney had the tieing run at third base with two outs in the final at-bat. as you saw there, could not come up with a hit. the players will come home from williamsport today and will do so with their heads held high. we talked with star pitcher mo'ne davis about last night's loss. she says this team should be proud. >> to not cry or to not be mad, because we made it this far. so there's no reason to cry or anything. >> the kids are handling that loss very well, so are their parents and coaches. they say it's been an incredible experience. >> i don't even know what to say to her. she changed my life from three weeks ago. i'm speechless right now, even that we made it this far. none of us expected to be here. >> extremely proud. it's been an intense experience. i'm not going to lie to you. it wasn't 100% pleasurable. it was intense on many levels. but i'm very proud of not only my son but all the kids. >> so inte
ABC
Aug 22, 2014 1:42am PDT
philadelphia. the south siders take on the team from las vegas tomorrow after in the u.s. title game. those are some of our top stories on this friday, august 21st. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> good friday morning to you. great to have you with us. we begin this half hour with a welcome easing of racial tensions in ferguson, missouri. >> 13 days after the shooting of an unarmed black teenager by white police officer, the violence and unrest in the streets appears to have subsided. abc's tahman bradley is in ferguson with the latest. good morning, tahman. >> reporter: it sure feels different. after a couple of consecutive nights, police are starting to scale back. national guard with drawing, businesses reopening, signs ferguson is moving forward. the street protests here continue but the crowds are smaller. these demonstrators demanding justice after michael brown, seen graduating from high school in this new video, was shot and killed by a police officer. the calls for a new prosecutor in the case continue. protesters demanding robert macculloch recuse himself
CBS
Aug 22, 2014 4:30am EDT
for you. >>> and a sad ends for the cinderella team from philadelphia. the taney dragons are coming home after a disappointing defeat at the little league world series. >> and the eagles looked really good against the steelers last night at the linc. highlights of the game, and reaction, that's all coming up. first, we want to get our forecast with katie. a lot of rain moving in overnight. folks wondering if they should bring the umbrella today? >> i would say it wouldn't be the worse idea, good morning first and for most happy friday tgif. we're here, made it to the weekend, even though damp weather, i do come bearing nice weather news down the road. stick with me, it does get better from hearing we start off with quick check from "skycam 3", still casino of quiet out there. there is obviously still wet weather around. we showed you storm scan3 second ago lets guess there next, at least in atlantic city we've since cleared out but maybe briefly here, but still pockets of very heavy rain around, and when we put things into motion, throw the satelite over top of there is little back
NBC
Aug 22, 2014 4:30am EDT
. most of the rain is moving out of philadelphia, along that i-95 corridor and actually to the south. if you're closer to the south of philadelphia, our mystic island, that's where we are seeing most of the rainfall. a current look at our temperatures, it's a mild start to the morning. we're at 61 degrees in mt. pocono, 66 in allentown, 67 in pottstown, 70 degrees in philadelphia and 71 in wilmington. our high today will range between 78 and 81 degrees, even cooler as we head into next weekend. we'll send it back to you guys. >> playable, right field. pierce jones, game over. >> so hard to watch. the taney dragon season came to a close last night as they fell just short of pulling off a comeback. the team lost to illinois by one run, bringing an end to their little league world series. despite the loss, the philadelphia tiemaeam enjoyed a great season. a tough loss but they have to be so proud. >> reporter: yes, tracy, the takeny dragons are preparing to head home but what a welcome they will receive. i will tell you, i was out here for the game last night. a much smaller crowd than
CNBC
Aug 22, 2014 4:00am EDT
that the market and the economy are both strong enough to warrant a rate hike. philadelphia fed president charles plosser thinks it's time to move. >> i would prefer us raising rates sooner and raising them more gradually. but the longer we wait, the more i see it as us having to raise them more quickly in response to a stoppinger economy and perhaps inflation. >> so we need to talk more about fed policy, we need to talk about the markets, we need to put it altogether and talk about it. les keiken is with us here for the top of the show. hi, les. >> good morning. >> how are you? >> pretty good. >> what are your anticipations with regard to fed policy and what we hear from the fed today? >> i think our economists generally don't expect something too exciting out of the meeting. >> out of the symposium, we should say. >> out of the symposium. >> this time around, we have janet yellen presenting. she is at the dovish end of the spectrum in the fed. i think that's the tone we will get out of it. a slightly dovish message out of that from the yellen speech. >> what do you think the m
PBS
Aug 22, 2014 1:00am PDT
. philadelphia fed president thinks it's time for the fed to move. >> i just think we're running a very risky policy, if you will, given where the stance of the economy is and seems to be going. i would prefer to raise rates sooner and raising them more gradually but the longer we wait, the more risk as us having to raise rates quickly in response to a stronger economy and perhaps more inflation. >> reporter: john williams says if the economy improves faster than the fed forecast, he would see rates rising sooner but knowing what he knows now, he thinks the consensus of july 2015 is right. >> i think that thinking around summer of 2015 for the first rate hike is a reasonable guess given where we think the economy is going and, you know, how much progress we're making towards our goals but again, it depends on the data. if the data gets stronger, it would be earlier. it could be later. >> the labor market is the subject of the meeting, other issues on the mind include whether they should raise rates to ward off excessive risk taking in markets, born of zero interest rates, whether it should be
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